Grateful Dead Live at Red Rocks Ampitheatre on 1978-08-30
Promised Land, Sugaree, Mexicali Blues-> Mama Tried, Stagger Lee, Looks Like Rain, Deal
I Need A Miracle, Brown Eyed Women, Estimated Prophet-> The Other One-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> If I Had The World To Give-> Iko Iko-> Around & Around, E: U.S. Blues
-- Disc change is seamless
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
March 30, 2011
don't miss parts
while there are some"slow" parts of this show, that's actually whhat makes it for me.
I was 3rd row infront of the fat man and the Captain took me to ubncharted waters that night.
From the Eyes on it is sublime majic, meant for transidental experimentation*S*.
As one that was there, it didn't matter how it ended after WTG
March 16, 2011
Doesn't get any better
I wanted to balance out the last review. IIHTWTG...it doesn't get any better. First ever, right? And the Eyes of the World is..well...sublime. The rest is tops too. This show has a different feel to it than many others...whatever it is, it is ineffable.
March 15, 2011
Garcia is asleep. No energy. So many better shows. Let's be honest.
October 20, 2010
So... I started with this band in '81, and had the pleasure of seeing them work their magic for the rest of their incarnation thereafter until Garcia's demise in '95 - I love to listen to the fat man emote, and this is as good an example as you will find - the lyric to "If I had the world to give" has always been for me a special expression of his appreciation for those who "get" him, and the subsequent Aiko is quintessential '78 laid-back jam-ass goodness - Let it be known that those who spend their time processing and delivering this amazing record of history should be given full credit for their efforts and their devotion to the craft, and the moment, and everything else that makes this a uniquely exquisite experience for all that are compelled to go here - Thanks to you for sharing this great time with us all...